Tanana

[tan-uh-nah, -naw]
noun, plural Tan·a·nas, (especially collectively) Tan·a·na for 2.
  1. a river flowing NW from E Alaska to the Yukon River. About 650 miles (1045 km) long.
  2. a member of a North American Indian people of the Tanana River drainage basin in east-central Alaska.
  3. the Athabaskan language of the Tanana.
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Tanana

noun
  1. a river in central Alaska, rising in the Wrangell Mountains and flowing northwest to the Yukon River. Length: about 765 km (475 miles)
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